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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Ridiculous Question!

A sample of what our DL's look like in our state. This chick weighs 100 lbs LOL.

My driver's license is up for renewal on my birthday this year, 09/09/09. My current weight on my DL is 220. Well, guess what... I don't weigh that. But guess what what (yes, I meant to do that)... I weighed 35+ lbs more than that when I got my license! Big ol' lie and I probably wasn't kidding anybody, lol.

So my ridiculous question is what should I put my weight as on my DL?! I know it's going to keep going down so a part of me wants to put like 185 or something but I also feel really bad about lying about being under 200... I certainly didn't feel bad putting 220 as my lie because that was still a lot but somehow putting less than 200 feels like a really big lie and I shouldn't do it!! I also don't want to have to go back and change my weight on my DL in a few months because it's way off and I'm embarrassed to pull it out... not embarrassed I guess.. more like I would be excited to change it again because I passed under the weight again, know what I mean?

So help... what's a girl to do!?

8 comments:

  1. I got my first DL when I was 16 and I was 157lbs...for realz so they kept sending me extentions and I never changed any info. Well, 8 years later I got a speeding ticket. (not my fault really, I had the sunroof open and I thought there was a peice of tinsel in my hair so I was distracted...turns out it was my first grey hair :( and my first traffic ticket on the same day) lol
    Anyway, when I got the ticket in the mail it was stamped OVERWEIGHT on it. I had to go in front of the judge and he told me yes, I could have a reduction on my ticket...but sorry, he could not reduce my weight! I was told to update it.... So I did.... but I still lied hehe

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  2. I would put it as the lower weight. Why not, right? haha. You'll be there before you know it!

    I had to get a new drivers license when I moved to Michigan last May.. I can't remember what I put as my weight (at that point, I was only a month out of surgery). Luckily for me, Michigan does not list weight on our drivers licenses. So I guess it doesn't matter!

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  3. Well, I always lied. But then when I moved here to Florida, they dont even have a weight category on it! So weird. But I am cool with that.

    I will disagree with the others and say put your REAL weight, for 2 reasons. First, you aren't ashamed of your weight anymore and know that it is temporary, and Second...you will soon be able to look back at that weight and say I cant believe I weiged XXX on 9/9/2009...look how far I have come!

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  4. Amy does make a good point...

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  5. So funny!! On my DL, my face is like swollen and I obviouly am much heavier than now and the weight shows 180. I'm like 175 now and I look so much bigger. I really want a new picture. I think everyon lies and it's normal to take like 20 pounds off, so 175 or 185 sounds good to me.

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  6. ITA with Amy, put your real weight. I've had the same weight (185) on mine since college and I don't plan to change it until I'm under that weight, but that's because it costs $50 to get a new liscense and I don't have the extra at the moment. LOL

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  7. When I got mine updated, out of need since I no longer looked like the sea cow I was in the picture I took off about 25lbs from my actual weight since I figured I'd be there eventually. That never happen but that's my own fault...and yours because I recall a few days after I lied to the BMV we had Cheesecake at Stetson's. LOL

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